Scandals, jail sink Peru’s Fujimori dynasty again

Opposition leader Keiko Fujimori leaves Justice Palace after a judge ordered her back to jail pending a trial over allegations she used her conservative party to launder money for Brazilian construction company Odebrecht in Lima, Peru in this undated picture released on November 1, 2018. Andina/Vidal Tarqui Handout via REUTERS

LIMA (Reuters) – Peru’s Fujimori family has been here before. When Alberto Fujimori fled graft allegations and resigned Peru’s presidency by fax from Japan in 2000, many thought the family name and the right-wing populist brand he built during his decade in power were ruined. But his daughter Keiko, a Columbia Business School graduate who […]

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